No. 5-1802.

321 S.W.2d 759 (1959)

Willard PARSLEY and Irene Parsley, Appellants, v. Homer FREEMAN and Elgie Freeman, Appellees.

Supreme Court of Arkansas.

March 16, 1959.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Chas. F. Cole, Batesville, for appellants.

Carmack Sullivan and Gus Causbie, Hardy, for appellees.

JOHNSON, Justice.

This is a suit by appellees to quiet their title to a strip of land lying along the boundary line between their property and that of appellant. The Chancellor granted the relief sought. It is now contended by the appellants that "Appellees have a full and complete remedy at law for the relief sought, and a court of equity will not interfere when such is the case."

The objection now urged was not made in the trial of the case. The first mention...

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